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Laura Krudener: Four Seasons Denver Opening Reception

Laura Krudener: Four Seasons Denver Opening Reception
My fall exhibition, Evenings on Fourteenth Street, in currently hanging in the lobby of the Four Seasons Denver.  This photo gallery is from my opening reception on October 11. There will also be a closing reception on November 11. Both receptions will include me painting in my pop up studio in the lobby of the hotel, followed by an evening cocktail party....

In the Studio: Reflections of Process

I had the honor of spending the last two weekends doing a mini-residency with the Denver Art Museum. I painted in front of an audience for 4 days.  It was a very eye opening experience for my own relationship to my process.  It was also emotional, exposing and in many ways, made me feel vulnerable. To open up about my process in a completely honest way, I...

Laura Krudener Open Studio x 1 Year Birthday of Among the Colors

Among the Colors recently celebrated our 1st birthday. Yay! It’s been a wild and trying year and having the blog has been such a blessing.  It’s been a learning curve as with any new adventure, and I am so grateful to have a platform to share my creative endeavors with you all. It is so wonderful to have a creative outlet that isn’t tied...

Abstracted Textures at the New Whitney

Abstracted Textures at the New Whitney
This past weekend I made a short trip to New York City for my cousin’s wedding out in Long Island. I was able to squeeze in a little art, cocktails, nails and shopping along the way. 3 days in New York is really just barely enough time to wet your whistle, but it was definitely enough time for me to make it to the new Whitney museum in the...

No Forcing, No Holding Back

No Forcing, No Holding Back
I am so happy to share this piece with you all. It is the first reproduction of my work. Well since the late 90s at least, when l and used to sell my Jerry Garcia prints on Phish tour. Can’t knock the entrepreneurial bohemian hustle.  This painting is a watercolor, pastel, charcoal and ink on paper. The prints are 16 inch square. I made these with my...

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